Up Close With Sandhill Cranes

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Up Close With Sandhill Cranes

Every year as winter turns to spring, a small patch of land in central Nebraska becomes the most important migration rest stop for millions of birds, including 500,000 Sandhill Cranes. For decades, scientists around the world have focused on the movement and the activities of this distinctive species. Ariana Brocious of Nebraska’s N-E-T News reports on a new project to capture crane behavior.

Bird Collisions: Hundreds of millions of birds die in American cities every year and many of the deaths occur in a way that might surprise you. Producer Natalie Yuravlivker has a story that explains.

Music: “Madeira River” and “Bachianas Brasileiras” by Uakti

Every year as winter turns to spring, a small patch of land in central Nebraska becomes the most important migration rest stop for millions of birds, including 500,000 Sandhill Cranes. For decades, scientists around the world have focused on the movement and the activities of this distinctive species. Ariana Brocious of Nebraska’s N-E-T News reports on a new project to capture crane behavior.

Bird Collisions: Hundreds of millions of birds die in American cities every year and many of the deaths occur in a way that might surprise you. Producer Natalie Yuravlivker has a story that explains.

Music: “Madeira River” and “Bachianas Brasileiras” by Uakti

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Not only the scientists visit this place many tourist as well as this is the time that this kind of species migrates in here. - Kris Krohn Strongbrook

March 23, 2014 - 8:43am

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